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    Mr. Box Planet is Vinyl Art Meets Phone Batteries

    It’s well documented that we love vinyl pop art; something about mini figurines makes us feel all geeky and girly inside. But as much as we enjoy our collectibles, sometimes we wish they could be a little more practical, and that’s why we’re in love with Mr. Box Planet. At first glance, you think you’re […]

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    Sony Announces New 4K Action Cam and Handycam

    2015 looks like it’s going to be the year of 4K, and we’re not just talking about TVs. Sony’s keen on letting you record your own 4K content, and they’re making it happen with two impressive new video cameras. The FDR-AX33 is Sony’s new 4K Handycam, and it’s wonderfully small for such a robust device. […]

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    Casio Trackformer Series May Turn You Into the Next Tiesto

    Enticed by the world of DJing, but intimidated by the equipment? Casio has your back with a pair of new products made to ease the learning curve for aspiring DJs everywhere—it’s finally safe to leave the warm comfort of the cross fade. At CES this week, Casio showed off their new Trackformer series, which includes […]

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    Martian Smart Watches Are Exploding With Features and Wow

    Martian Smart Watches just got more fashionable. They’ve partnered with Guess to create five stunning smart watches that integrate dual mode functionality with voice commands for connecting with tons of apps and programs for easy notifications. They don’t play favorites, either—they are compatible with both iOS and Android. The new watch lines are the Martian […]

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    Sony Walkman Walks Right Into Relevancy With High Res NW-ZX2 Walkman

    Sony’s vintage Walkman is iconic, but it has evolved and is back in the form of the ZX2 Walkman. Designed specifically for high-res audio playback, it claims it can reproduce master quality recordings. We got to go hands on with it at this year’s CES. It does this using the S-Master HX digital amplifier, which was […]

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    Android Now Offers Microsoft Office for Some Tablets on Google Play

    The long-awaited Microsoft Office has made its way to the Google Play store. The wait is over. It is available for those users with an ARM-based Android tablet running KitKat or Lollipop with a screen size between 7″ and 10.1.” Let the efficiency begin. Right now if you meet those qualifications, you can get Excel, […]

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    Move Star Wars Holograms Using Brain Waves, No Really!

    Toy company Uncle Milton has always tried to stay on the edge of modern and relevant toys and games, and they certainly do so with Star Wars Science – The Force Trainer II: Hologram Experience, where brain wave sensors in a headset read and interpret your level of concentration. We have a fair amount of expectation […]

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    Braven’s Fuse, Bluetooth Audio Mixer for the DJ On the Go

    The Braven Fuse is a wireless Bluetooth portable audio mixer that allows you to fade and mix multiple audio streams. You audiophiles out there know what that means—you can liven up any party with a last-minute mash up session. The Fuse can connect wirelessly to up to two audio sources and two speakers.  It is […]

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    Reach 79 Smartphone Case Uses a Gold Antenna for 2X Signal Strength

    The Reach 79 Smartphone Case offers the very unique perk of boosting your device’s signal strength by up to double, optimizing its performance. It does this via an embedded gold-plated, micro-thin antenna that pairs automatically with your smartphone through passive coupling. This antenna system boosts your signal substantially. While it is capable of doubling signal […]

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    Drop Kitchen Bluetooth Scale is Like an Easy Bake Oven for Adults

    Drop Kitchen Connected Bluetooth Scale and Recipe App work together to bring you one-bowl recipes that work by adding ingredients slowly as instructed by the recipe, to avoid going through numerous measuring cups and getting inaccurate amounts anyways. Tons of recipes are formulated just for this scale and bowl, to make baking foolproof. For those […]

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    OKU is the First Health Tracker for Your Skin

    Oku is a first of its kind connected device that is there to monitor and nag you, whoops, I mean notify you about your skin. Once connected to the iPhone app, put the cube on your face, scan your skin, and see what it has to offer you. Think of it as a disapproving but […]

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    Wocket, The Smart Wallet with Secure Biometric Entry

    The Wocket is a standalone smart wallet that catalogs all your credit cards and loyalty cards without having to carry any of those physical items. This all works off of biometric voice approval, and is not connected to the internet. This works everywhere your physical cards would because there is just one card, the Wocket card, […]

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    Inmotion SCV is like a Segway but Way More Affordable

    The Inmotion SCV is pretty much a Segway on the cheap, but in a good way. Coming in at about $2,700, it is more than half the price of a Segway and does everything it can do and then some. The Inmotion SCV can rotate 360 degrees, hit up to nine miles per hour, and […]

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    FlapIt, the Social Media Analog Follower Counter

    Watch followers tick up in number old-school style with this analog flapper counter. This looks like it would be a fun gift for the social media obsessed or a fantastic motivational tool for a marketing department. However, we can’t guarantee against the inevitable sads that come when you lose a follower or ten. It also […]

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    Sous Vide Goes Wireless with the Anova Touch

    Sous vide cooking—it takes forever, but if you want to get the most out of your food, there are few other ways to go. Of course, the art of cooking food in vacuum-sealed plastic bags under barely hot temperatures for hours upon hours (sometimes days) has only gotten popular recently—a confluence of more affordable precision […]